The move is part of a series of initiatives by Telecom Egypt to support the health system and the efforts healthcare professionals are making in tackling the ongoing coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
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A Telecom Egypt source said the company has recently been developing the telecommunications sector’s infrastructure and is continuing this development.
Egypt’s ranking also moved up 69 spots to 97th place compared to 166th globally in December 2018, and its ranking advanced 34 ranks to 6th in Africa, up from the 40th in December 2018.
According to a report by the Ministry of Communications and Information Technology, the number of internet customers has increased from 5.5 million in March 2018 to 5.6 million in April. The report explained that Telecom Egypt received 240,000 new landline subscribers in April, which brought the total number up from 7.2 million in March to …
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The ADSL market acquired 129,500 new users in January this year, increasing its base from 5.1 million users in December 2017 to 5.32 million. In a different context, Telecom Egypt gained 7,500 new landline clients in January, increasing from 6.6 million in December 2017 to about 6.61 million in January 2018. The internet market added …
ADSL clients up by 5%
The ADSL market attracted 100,000 new subscribers in November 2017, according to a report by the Ministry of Communications and Information Technology. According to the report, the number of ADSL users increased from 5 million in October to 5.1 million in November. Telecom Egypt’s subsidiary TE Data accounted for the largest share of ADSL users, …
The number of ADSL subscribers increased in November to 5.1 million, up from 4.9 million in September, according to indicators of the Ministry of Communications and Information Technology. Telecom Egypt’s subsidiary TE Data accounted for the largest share of ADSL users, with over 75% of the market. The four other companies, Vodafone, Orange, Etisalat, and …
Egypt’s telecommunications infrastructure began to improve over the past year, after suffering a period of lack of investments following the 25 January uprising in 2011. Egypt ranked 146th among 150 countries with regard to ADSL broadband. Egypt was also ranked 95th in terms of mobile internet service, according to Ookla, a global leader in broadband …
The fixed Internet sector (ADSL) attracted 10,000 new clients in August. According to a report by the Ministry of Communication and Information Technology, the number of ADSL subscribers in Egypt increased from 4.91 million in July to 4.92 million in August. Internet users have increased by 1.4% in June over May, rising from 34.3 million …
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The number of ADSL users has declined to 4.43 million
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The Ministry of Communications and Information Technology’s report disclosed that prices of telecommunications services (mobile and internet) declined significantly in the second quarter (Q2) of 2016 compared to the same period in 2015. According to the report, the cost of mobile services declined from $2.77 in Q2 of 2015 to $2.3 in Q2 of 2016, …
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Service cost declined by 36.3 % compared to 2015, says communications ministry
Slight growth in mobile internet users and 190,000 new landline clients
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Internet services cost $10.1 per subscription, while mobile phone services cost $2.8
The report included how Internet is used, the price ranges compared to income, the level of infrastructure in the country, and the availability of communication services to users, reflecting the lower communication and Internet services in Egypt.